Sunday, January 31, 2010

Day Nine, Spell Ten

So in trying to think of a spell to help a young relative and trying to refine down exactly what he needed it occured to me he needed clear vision of his life, his opportunities, etc.... Of course it then occured to me that we could all use this. So I came up with this little chant:

Clear awareness everyday,
Clear awareness in everyway,
Clear awareness in every hour,
Clear awareness is now ours.

Then I thought and pondered on what colour candle to light. First I was going to use purple but just did not feel perfect, and since purple is my favorite colour this was a little surprising. I ended up using white, it seemed right for clear, true vision to use pure white. So I inscribed clear vision on the candle, impowering it for just such a purpose. Lite some incense that smelled right and again using the chant from Gypsy Magic to open the circle. I chanted my little chant nine times while letting come to mind friends and family. I then asked for this to be done harming no one. Closed the circle. I let the candle burn out on its own. So Mote It Be.

Saturday, January 30, 2010

Day Nine

So Twofeathers and I celebrated the full moon, the wolf moon. Here is some info on the wolf moon and the wolf protection spell we did from Gypsy Magic.

Tonight is the night of the Wolf Moon. This first full moon of the new year is a time of silence and sitting by the home fire. As the wild winter howls, appreciate the warmth of home and family.

Now is the time to go within and plan the changes you will make in the spring. Consider now what you will plant. Start a moon journal to record your lunar tides and write down your spring dreams.


Colors: Black and white, silver
Gemstones: Hematite
Trees: Birch, Hazel
Gods: Inanna, Freyja
Herbs: Thistle, nuts and seeds, marjoram
Element: Air
Full Moon names started with Native Americans as tribes kept track of the seasons by giving distinctive names to each recurring full Moon. The names actually applied to the entire month in which each occurred. There was some variation in the names based on tribes. European settlers followed that custom and created some of their own names.

Sometimes it is also referred to as the Cold Moon, Old Moon, or the Moon After Yule. Some called it the Full Snow Moon, but Wolf Moon seems most appropriate, in native cultures, because amid the cold and deep snows of midwinter, the wolf packs howled hungrily outside their small villages, huts, and teepees. Since the lunar month is only 29 days long on the average, the full Moon dates shift from year to year.

This is a good time to work on magic related to protection, both physical and spiritual. Use this time to develop your inner self, and advance spiritually, becoming closer to the higher aspects of your deities.

~collected from various sources

Wolf Protection Spell

You will need:

2 green candles

1 white candle

Picture of a wolf/wolves

High John the Conquerer Essential oil (Geranium oil will substitute just fine)

Consecrated salt and water

Wine (any "lunar" drink will do mead, milk, ale, etc)

Honey cakes (any kind of sweet nourishing cake will do)

The pictures are to help focus the energy. The candles and oil are used to empower the spell. The consecrated water and salt are for sealing the circle. The wine and the cake is an offering of love and nourishment.

Gather your supplies, and on the night of the full moon, create a sacred space into which you will place the wolf pictures, the two candles, the cakes and the wine.

Rub the candles with the essential oil and light them. Using the salt, make a circle around your sacred space, and then sprinkle water at each of the four directions beginning in the North.

Sit or stand quietly and concentrate your energy on the wolf pictures, try to see, feel, hear, and smell the energy of wolves. If you have a recording of wolves howling - play it.

Now, chant the following:

"Candles three, green and white,
Bring protection here this night.
The Moon is full, the sky is clear,
Misfortune and evil disappear.
The mighty wolf shall ever reign,
and protect my family from harm and bane.
Come hither! Come hither!
Spirits of the Wolf, strong and great!
Guard and be guarded by this circle now
and throughout your life."

Break one of the cakes in half and eat it. Offer a blessing to the spirit of the wolf, and the light of the moon, and drink some of the wine. Then, take the remaining cakes and wine outside and leave it for the wild things to enjoy. Allow the candles to burn down, and place the wolf pictures in a safe and sacred place.

~author unknown

Day Eight, Spell Nine

So starting week two of my little project. This week I am going to concentrate on doing magic for others and trying to come up with my own spells. I am starting off with a spell for Gary, my partner, he has been troubled for some time with problems with his memory and focus. I am not a great fan of Dr's and he has seen more than a few and yet they seem to have not been able to help him one bit. So tonight I did something just for him. I traced outlines of both my right and left hands on separate pieces of paper. On my right hand I made a list of the things I love about him, on the left all the things I wish for him to have. I then found one of my favorite photos of him which I closed in between the hands, as if my hands were holding his picture.

Next I opened the circle with the chant I found at Gypsy Magic the other day

By the earth that is her body
By the air that is her breath
By the fire of her spirit
By the waters of her womb
As above, so below,
The circle is made whole.

I called upon Hecate, the four directions and the four elements. I lite some incense and anointed a red candle with bergamont and benzoin. I chose red because it is Gary's favorite colour and the oils seemed right. I consulted Cunninghams's book of herbal magic and they just seemed right.

I held the paper/photo in my hands and visualized the Goddess holding me, holding them. Asking her love, her healing, her light flow into him bringing him all he needs to live the life I wish for him, with no harm to none. So Mote It Be.

Friday, January 29, 2010

Day Seven, Spell Nine

. Spell to banish debt

If your bills are piling up, a little bit of help never goes amiss!

Moon phase: Full for maximum power

One green candle, oil of your choice, (patchchouli is a good one to use) Any pointed implement such as a nail.

Consecrate and anoint the candle and nail from wick to bottom. Carve the names of your creditors down the side of the candle, light the candle, asking the power of the moon to help you bannish your debt, as the candle burns away, imagine also your debts decreasing. Let the candle burn away completely, making sure it is in a safe container, whereby no hot wax may be spilled.

Okay did this one exactly as written. Trying to get in some of these cool spells while the moon is right. So Mote It Be.

Day Seven, Spell Eight

Spell With Candle and Tarot Card
These are excellent spells for beginners as they require very little kit and also can be used in a multitude of ways. It is a spell using a candle and a relevant tarot card to achieve a particular outcome. The possibilities and combinations are almost endless but I will give you 3 to give you an idea. However, the structure to the spell is the same for all - you light a coloured candle and place the tarot card next to it. You need to focus (or even meditate) on the card and when you feel you are picking up on the energies, repeat the name of the card 3 times. Some combinations to try are:

Pink candle with the Lovers card or Empress card for love

Orange candle and the Wheel of Fortune card for money.

White candle and the Fool for new beginnings.

So here is what I did. I used a purple candle with the magician. Probably self expanlitory as to why. So Mote It Be.

Thursday, January 28, 2010

Day Six, Spell Seven

Candle Money Spell
An effective candle spell for wealth and prosperity utilizes two black candles since black draws in all color and energy in the universe. Etch your name and the words "money", "wealth", "riches" and any other words of power along the sides of the candles. Then light the candles and grasp them firmly in your hands until you feel your pulse throbbing beneath your fingers, a sign that your aura is mingling with the candles’ auras and that your intentions are firmly grounded in the candles.

Project for what you want, saying,
"These candles bring me wealth and riches."

"In no way will this spell cause me to suffer any adverse effects!"

When finished extinguish the flame with a spoon, candle snuffer, or your fingers (not your breath, which will change the spell).

Begin this spell on Sunday, Thursday, or Friday as these days honor the sun, Jupiter, and Venus respectively.

Re-light the candles every night until the are completely burned down. Daily repetition will increase the spell’s effectiveness and your own prosperity consciousness

Okay so a few changes to this spell:

1) I opened with this chant I found at Gypsy Magic, thank you TwoFeathers.

By the earth that is her body
By the air that is her breath
By the fire of her spirit
By the waters of her womb
As above, so below,
The circle is made whole.

I also closed with it asking Hecate to release the energy raised to bring me that which I had asked for.

2) I changed the words said to: "In no way will this spell cause me or anyone to suffer and adverse effects. For these candles bring me wealth and riches". I said this three times in honor of Hecate.

3) I marked my candles with lines so they would burn somewhat evenly over the next seven days.

So we will see how it goes. So Mote It Be.

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Who & Where I want to be.

So last night I was lying in bed thinking about this project, about magic and about what I want my life to be like. Who do I want to be. I started thinking about my magical mentors, Geb and Dumbledore. Both powerful mages but both wise, sensitive, loving etc.... So what do I need to do to be more like them. I started thinking about am I just playing at this magic thing or am I doing it seriously. I think I am mostly taking it seriously with a little play which is probably a good thing but that I could probably be a little more structured in my approach to it.

So back to who I want to be or what I want my life to be like. When I was fairly young I wanted to be a priest, not that I was catholic, but I had this idea, a picture in my head about what life as a priest would be like. I would live in ths beautiful old house, with a lovely garden surrounding it and I would help people with their problems. As I became older I realized the life of a priest, especially a Roman Catholic priest, was not the life for me. So I thought I would become a psychologist, another dream which was quickly shattered by the insainity of my psy. college professors. I thought "they can not even help themselves how do they think they can help others". Now the dream feels more defined, there is a specific house, a certain look to the garden, a room in the house labelled "Office of Fulfillment". I want to be a mage, a shaman, a healer. I still want to help people with their problems and I believe this path is leading me there.

I believe this blog, this project is one length of the path. The other sections involve attending Sergi Kahili King's school in California and Barbar Brennan's school in Florida. With the gifts the Goddess & God have given me along with some training to hone some of these gifts I will fulfill that dream of the boy alone in a room dreaming a beautiful life of helping those around him. So Mote It Be.

Day Five, Spell Six

Okay so did this with my partner, of 20yrs, and my nephew thought it would be kinda fun for us to do together. I was really enjoying it. Thinking about the colours, where to place them, how they fit into my vision of my wish. I would really recommend this one just for the pleasure it gives doing it. Of course it will be super wonderful if our wishes come true. So Mote It Be.

Click on the small image which will take you to a full sized A4 image.

Print it out on some nice paper.

When you are ready and you have time to do this, consider a wish, something heart felt, something that you need magical help with so that it will come true in all ways for you.

When you have the wish and you are really clear in your mind what it is you are asking for, take the Wish Bird template and now, set to colour it in, one segment at a time.

As you are looking at the template, the lines and segments, keep what you are wishing for always in your mind and let the colours you are using become ASPECTS of that wish.

For example, if you wish for a red sports car, then green is the land through which you drive, to see the blue ocean and the golden shores, watch a purple and orange sunset and drive to a silver lake.

Let the painting unfold as you colour it in, keep your mind on your wish and let the right colours simply come to you.

Leave the background to the end, because that is what finalises and activates the entire procedure.

When your Wish Bird is totally personalised and entirely coloured in, it is ready to go.

Put the finished painting up in a place that seems appropriate to you and keep it up until the wish has come to pass and you have what you wanted.

When that has happened, you can either dispose of the Wish Bird painting or you can take it down and put it away to keep as a souvenir, that's up to you and what you feel is best.

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Day Four, Spell Five

Today I am trying a few simple spells to bring some prosperity into my home. These simple suggestions are by Sam Stevens. I chose the three simplest ones and only three to honor Hecate. So Mote It Be.

Update on Zan's healing. After that dreadfull night he has been fine. No vomiting, eating and drinking normally so all is well.

A bowl of change by the front door is thought to keep money in your pocket. Old or foreign coins are thought to bring money to the home.

Sprinkling a little cinnamon in your wallet is thought to hasten the speedy return of any money that may leave your hands.

For the necessities of life, light a red candle to the Archangel Chamuel and ask that you always have the tools of your trade, food on your table, a roof over your head and money in the bank.

Monday, January 25, 2010

Day Three, Spell Four

Increasing Willpower Ritual
Color of the day: Black
Incense of the day: Carnation

This quick spell will help you get the boost you need when working on a challenging project or goal. You will need a red taper candle and some oil—of cinnamon, clove, ginger, High John the Conqueror, or dragon’s blood. Take the candle and mark your name across it. You may also want to add a symbol that represents your goal, such as a dollar sign for money or a heart for love. Take the oil and anoint the candle in the manner that seems most logical to you—for instance, in dabs or using a cloth, etc. Take your time and make sure to cover every part of it with oil. Light the candle and say:

God and Goddess, increase my willpower, so that I may achieve my goal. Give me the power to resist anything that may block my path. So mote it be!

Okay so I have been wanting to do this spell so two spells today. One small change, I used abundance oil instead of one they reommended. I figured I want an abundance of willpower so it seemed appropriate, plus I had it. So we will see how it works. So Mote It Be.

Day Three, Spell Three

Releasing Negativity Spell
Color of the day: Gray
Incense of the day: Cinnamon

In the course of life, anger can come between family and friends. Sometimes these hurts can be corrected by an apology. But sometimes we have lost contact with the other person and have no direct way to try to mend the issues. Even if apologies are made, it can be difficult to get past the ill feelings. Cast a circle of blue light, call in your guardians, and light lavender incense. Use a quill or athame to inscribe the word “forgiveness” on a blue candle three times, then dress the candle with honeysuckle oil and light it. Hold a chalice of water between your hands, and pour out all your negative feelings into the water. Let the water absorb the painful, hurtful thoughts and feelings. Say the word “forgiveness” nine times out loud, and meditate on forgiveness. Dismiss the guardians and the circle. Pour the water down the drain. Allow the candle to burn down naturally.

Okay did this spell because feeling a lot of anger and resentment. Can not even express how much, but picture the inside of a volcano before it erupts. Or the inside of Mt. Doom. So I did the spell and I did feel better, much calmer and felt like I could continue on with out an eruption of bad yucky feelings spread all over for me to clean up later. Changes: did not have honeysuckle used tuberose and Nag champa incense. Still seemed to work okay. So Mote It Be.

Update on healing spell: Well Zan, my dog, certainly got worse during the night. Woke up at 2am with him vomiting all over the bed & floor. What a stinking mess, but now this morning he seems a better. It seemed strange that he never actually acted like he was sick but just the throwing up. So I am guessiing he had to get something out of him before he could be well. See how it goes today with him. So Mote It Be.

Saturday, January 23, 2010

Petition to Hecate

A petition for her patronage is recorded in the third century by Hippolytus in Philosphumena:

Come infernal, terrestrial, and heavenly Bombo (Hecate), goddess of the broad roadways, of the crossroad, thou who goest to and fro at night, torch in hand, enemy of the day. Friend and lover of darkness, thou who doest rejoice when the bitches are howling and warm blood is spilled, thou who art walking amid the phantom and the in place of the tombs, thou whose thirst is blood, thou who doest strike chill and fear in mortal hearts, Gorgo, Mormo, Moon of a thousand forms, cast a propitious eye on our sacrifice.

Hecate Prayer

Found this really cool prayer to Hecate. Not sure who wrote it but thank you to who ever did.

Prayer to Hecate.

Sacred flame rise to power
We ask Hecate to help us empower
Hear us tonight as we request
to the needs we have to be addressed

Our prayer to you is that our needs to be met
enough money and food shelter that we won’t regret
Health and well being take care of what is not seen
Keep our spirits white and clean

We ask the universe to lend us the power
to come to this circle in this hour
We draw to ourselves the request we desire
asking it harm none and let it transpire.

This spell is done on this full moon night
We know that everything will be alright
No way can this spell be reversed
no negativity no curse.

So Mote It Be!

Dumbledore Quotes

"It is our choices, Harry, that show what we truly are, far more than our abilities."

"To the well organized mind, death is but the next great adventure."

"Humans have a knack for choosing precisely the things that are worst for them."

"It does not do to dwell on dreams and forget to live."

"You fail to recognize that it matters not what someone is born, but what they grow to be."

"And now Harry, let us step out into the night and pursue that flighty temptress, adventure."

"In fact, being - forgive me - rather cleverer than most men, my mistakes tend to be correspondingly huger."

"There are all kinds of courage. It takes a great deal of courage to stand up to our enemies, but just as much to stand up to our friends."

"We must try not to sink beneath our anguish, Harry, but battle on."

Day Two, Spell Two

Okay so today is day two and time for a healing spell. I know I just recently posted this spell but I hadn't actually done it. And since my precious dog Zan is not feeling to well with all the cold and dampness this seemed appropriate to try.

Finnish Healing Spell
Cure an Illness Spell
Color of the day: Scarlet
Incense of the day: Maple

The epic poem, Kalevala, is celebrated by the Finns this day with parades and readings from the poem. The Kalevala recounts a battle of wits between three wizard brothers and the witch goddess, Louhi. It is a treasure trove of ancient shamanistic practices including the following healing spell. For this ritual, stand in the east and call in the element of air. Ask in all humility for assistance. Light a blue candle and a stick of sandalwood incense as an offering to the element. Now say:

Vanish into the sky!
Pain, fly up into the air.
Burning vapor,
Rise up into the air!
So that the wind may take thee away.
So that the storm may chase thee to far places.
Where neither Sun nor Moon gives light.
Where no hot wind burns the flesh.

Thank the element of air, and let the candle burn down. As with all magic, in addition to this spell, it is essential that you have done everything possible in the physical realm to aid the healing

Okay made a couple of additions/changes to this one. Number one all the writing has worn off of my incense bags so not sure what I used but the type of incense did not seem as important as the offering and the ability to float into and up into the air.

Also I called upon the four directions and all four elements, it felt more proper to me. I realize that it is the air you are asking to carry away the sickness, but even just reading the spell it did not feel right to not use all four. We will see how it goes.

I have to say that having started this project and looking for interesting spells to do it is hard to limit myself to one spell. May have to sneak in a couple. So Mote It Be.

Day One, Spell One.

So here it is day one, spell one. Today I am doing the spell from Llewellyn's spell a day for 2010, Overcoming Obstacles. I did do one thing different, added, I drew a picture of me, the bridge, and the goal. I labled the segments of the bridge with the different steps I needed to accomplish the goal. It just felt right to me to do it. I felt that way last night when I was thinking about the goal etc.

Overcoming Obstacles
January 23

Color of the day: Black
Incense of the day: Pine

Today is a great day for facing seemingly insurmountable obstacles—on this day in 1855, the first bridge spanning the mighty Mississippi River opened. Decide on a goal that you would like to achieve in the next one, two, or even five years. Sit down with a piece of paper and write a basic list of things you would need to do to achieve that goal, such as find a program of study, save money, etc. Read over your list, then sit comfortably and close your eyes. Envision that you are standing on the bank of a large river, looking at the bank on the other side. Now imagine that a bridge begins to form on your side of the bank, and span to the other side. See this happening in as much detail as possible, and when the bridge is completed, see yourself walking across. Open your eyes, and post your list somewhere you will see it every day. Now go get started!

I did see my bridge and my goal and it felt really good. I really felt like I had a clearer picture of where I wanted to be and how to get there. See you all tomorrow with the next spell. So Mote It Be.

Friday, January 22, 2010

New Beginnings

So After watching the movie "Julie & Julia" and having been thinking about ways to start adding some magical discipline into my life I have deceided to do a spell a day for the new year and a day and blog about my experince.

I will be keeping track of what spell I have done. Where I got it from. Any adding or subtracting I did to the spell. And most importantly how I felt afterwards and results.

I am going to start tomorrow January 23rd, 2010. See you tomorrow. So Mote It Be.

Herbal Correspondences

Found this list of herbal correspondences. Some of these herbs should not be ingested or burnt. Please check more fully into their uses and handling.

Herbal Correspondences to Magical Intents
Magical Intent Herbs
Astral Projection: Dittany, Mugwort, Poplar

Beauty: Avocado, Catnip, Ginseng, Maidenhair, Yerba Santa

Chastity: Cactus, Camphor, Coconut, Cucumber, Fleabane(P), Hawthorn, Lavender, Pineapple, Sweet Pea, Vervain, Witch Hazel

Courage: Borage, Black Cohosh, Columbine, Masterwort, Mullien, Poke, Ragweed, Sweet Pea, Tea, Thyme, Tonka, Wahoo

Divination: Broom , Camphor, Cherry, Dandelion, Fig, Goldenrod, Ground Ivy, Hibiscus, Meadowsweet, Orange, Orris , Pomegranate

Employment: Devil's Shoestring, Lucky Hand, Pecan

Exorcism: Angelica, Arbutus, Asafoetida, Avens, Basil, Beans, Birch, Boneset, Buckthorn, Clove, Clover, Cumin, Devil's Bit, Dragon's Blood, Elder, Fern, Fleabane, Frankincense, Fumitory, Garlic, Heliotrope , Horehound, Horseradish, Juniper, Leek, Lilac, Mallow, Mint, Mistletoe, Mullien, Myrrh, Nettle, Onion, Peach, Peony, Pepper, Pine, Rosemary, Rue, Sagebrush, Sandalwood, Sloe, Snapdragon, Tamarisk, Thistle, Witch Grass, Yarrow

Fertility: Agaric , Banana, Bistort, Bodhi, Carrot, Cuckoo Flower, Cucumber, Cyclamen, Daffodil, Dock, Fig, Geranium, Grape, Hawthorn, Hazel, Horsetail, Mandrake, Mistletoe , Mustard, Myrtle, Nuts, Oak, Olive, Date Palm, Patchouli, Peach, Pine, Pomegranate, Poppy , Rice, Sunflower, Wheat

Fidelity: Chickweed, Chili Pepper, Clover, Cumin, Elder, Licorice, Magnolia, Nutmeg, Rhubarb, Rye, Scullcap, Spikenard, Vetch, Yerba Mate

Friendship: Lemon, Love Seed, Passion Flower, Sweet Pea

Gossip,to end: Clove, Slippery Elm

Happiness: Catnip, Celandine, Cyclamen, Hawthorn, High John the Conqueror, Hyacinth, Lavender, Lily of the Valley , Marjoram, Meadowsweet, Morning Glory , Purslane, Quince, Saffron, St. John's Wort, Witch Grass

Healing: Adder's Tongue, Allspice, Amaranth, Angelica, Apple, Balm, Balm of Gilead, Barley, Bay, Bittersweet , Blackberry, Brakenfern , Burdock, Calamus, Carnation, Cedar, Cinnamon, Citron, Cowslip, Cucumber, Dock, Elder, Eucalyptus, Fennel, Figwort, Flax, Gardenia, Garlic, Ginseng, Goat's Rue, Goldenseal, Groundsel, Heliotrope , Hemp, Henna, Hops, Horehound, Horse Chestnut , Ivy, Job's Tears, Life Everlasting, Lime, Mesquite, Mint, Mugwort, Myrrh, Nettle, Oak, Olive, Onion, Peppermint, Pepper Tree, Persimmon, Pine, Plantain, Potato, Rose, Rosemary, Rowan, Rue, Saffron, Sandalwood, Wood Sorrel, Spearmint, Thistle, Thyme, Ti, Tobacco, Vervain, Violet, Willow, Wintergreen, Yerba Santa

Health: Anemone, Ash, Camphor, Caraway, Coriander, Fern, Galangal, Geranium, Groundsel, Juniper, Knotweed, Larkspur, Life Everlasting, Mandrake , Marjoram, Mistletoe , Mullien, Nutmeg, Oak, Pimpernel, Rue, St. John's Wort, Sassafras, Wood Sorrel, Spikenard, Sumbul, Tansy, Thyme, Walnut

Hexes, counteracting: Bamboo, Chili Pepper, Datura , Galangal, Huckleberry, Hydrangea, Poke, Squill , Thistle, Holy Thistle, Toadflax, Vetivert, Wahoo, Wintergreen

Legal Matters: Buckthorn, Cascara, Celandine , Hickory, Marigold, Skunk Cabbage

Love: Adam and Eve, Wood Aloes, Apple, Apricot, Aster, Avens, Avocado, Bachelor's Buttons, Balm, Balm of Gilead, Barley, Basil, Beans, Bedstraw, Beet, Betony, Bleeding Heart, Bloodroot, Brazil Nut, Caper, Cardamom, Catnip, Chamomile, Cherry, Chestnut, Chickweed, Chili Pepper, Cinnamon, Clove, Clover, Black Cohosh, Coltsfoot, Columbine, Copal, Coriander, Crocus, Cubeb, Cuckoo Flower, Daffodil, Daisy, Damiana, Devil's Bit, Dill, Dogbane, Dragon's Blood, Dutchman's Breeches, Elecampane, Elm, Endive, Eryngo, Fig, Gardenia, Gentian, Geranium, Ginger, Ginseng, Grains of Paradise, Hemp, Hibiscus, High John the Conqueror, Houseleek, Hyacinth, Indian Paint Brush, Jasmine, Joe Pye Weed, Juniper, Kava Kava, Lady's Mantle, Lavender, Leek, Lemon, Lemon Verbena, Licorice, Lime, Linden, Liverwort, Lobelia , Lotus, Lovage, Love Seed, Maidenhair fern, Male Fern, Mallow, Mandrake , Maple, Marjoram, Mastic, Meadow Rue, Meadowsweet, Mimosa, Mistletoe , Moonwort, Myrtle, Nuts, Oleander , Orange, Orchid, Pansy, Papaya, Pea, Peppermint, Periwinkle , Pimento, Plum, Plumeria, Poppy, Prickly Ash, Primrose, Purslane, Quassia, Quince, Raspberry, Rose, Rosemary, Rue, Rye, Saffron, Sarsaparilla, Scullcap, Senna, Black Snakeroot, Southernwood, Spearmint, Spiderwort, Strawberry, Sugar Cane, Sumbul, Tamarind, Thyme, Tomato, Tonka, Tormentil, Trillium, Tulip, Valerian, Vanilla, Venus Flytrap, Vervain, Vetivert, Violet, Willow, Witch Grass, Wormwood, Yarrow, Yerba Mate, Yohimbe

Luck: Allspice, Aloe, Bamboo, Banyan, Bluebell, Cabbage, Calamus, China Berry , Cinchona, Cotton, Daffodil, Devil's Bit, Fern, Grains of Paradise, Hazel, Heather, Holly, Houseleek, Huckleberry, Irish Moss, Job's Tears, Linden, Lucky Hand, Male Fern, Moss, Nutmeg, Oak, Orange, Persimmon, Pineapple, Pomegranate, Poppy , Purslane, Rose, Snakeroot, Star Anise, Straw, Strawberry, Sumbul, Vetivert, Violet

Mental Ability: Caraway, Celery, Eyebright, Grape, Horehound, Lily of the Valley , Mace, Mustard, Periwinkle, Rosemary, Rue, Savory, Spearmint, Walnut

Peace: Dulse, Eryngo , Gardenia, Lavender, Loosestrife, Meadowsweet, Morning Glory , Myrtle, Olive, Passion Fruit, Pennyroyal, Scullcap, Vervain, Violet

Power: Carnation, Club Moss, Devil's Shoestring, Ebony, Gentian, Ginger, Rowan

Prophetic Dreams: Brackenfern , Buchu, Cinquefoil, Heliotrope , Jasmine, Marigold, Mimosa, Mugwort, Onion, Rose

Prosperity: Alfalfa, Alkanet, Allspice, Almond, Ash, Banana, Basil, Benzoin, Bergamot, Blackberry, Bladderwrack, Blue Flag, Briony, Buckwheat, Calamus, Camellia, Cascara, Cashew, Cedar, Chamomile, Cinnamon, Cinquefoil, Clove, Clover, Comfrey, Cowslip, Dill, Dock, Elder, Fenugreek, Fern, Flax, Fumitory, Galangal, Ginger, Goldenrod, Goldenseal, Gorse, Grains of Paradise, Grape, Heliotrope , High John the Conqueror, Honesty, Honeysuckle, Horse Chestnut , Irish Moss, Jasmine, Lucky Hand, Mandrake , Maple, Marjoram, May Apple, Mint, Moonwort, Moss, Myrtle, Nutmeg, Nuts, Oak, Oats, Onion, Orange, Oregon Grape, Patchouli, Pea, Pecan, Periwinkle , Pine, Pineapple, Pipsissewa, Pomegranate, Poplar, Rattlesnake Root, Rice, Sassafras, Sesame, Black Snakeroot, Snakeroot, Snapdragon, Squill , Sweet Woodruff, Tea, Tomato, Tonka, Trillium, Tulip, Vervain, Vetivert, Wheat

Protection: Acacia, African Violet, Agrimony, Ague Root, Aloe, Althea, Alyssum, Amaranth, Anemone, Angelica, Anise, Arbutus, Asafotida, Ash, Balm of Gilead, Bamboo, Barley, Basil, Bay, Bean, Betony, Birch, Bittersweet, Blackberry, Bloodroot, Blueberry, Bodhi, Boneset, Briony , Broom , Buckthorn, Burdock, Cactus, Calamus, Caraway, Carnation, Cascara, Castor , Cedar, Celandine, Chrysanthemum, Cinchona, Cinnamon, Cinquefoil, Clove, Clover, Club Moss, Coconut, Black Cohosh, Cotton, Cumin, curry, Cyclamen, Cypress, Datura , Devil's Bit, Devil's Shoestring, Dill, Dogwood, Dragon's Blood, Ebony, Elder, Elecampane, Eucalyptus, Euphorbia, Fennel, Fern, Feverwort, Figwort, Flax, Fleabane, Foxglove, Frankincense, Galangal, Garlic, Geranium, Ginseng, Gorse, Grain, Grass, Hazel, Heather, Holly, Honeysuckle, Horehound, Houseleek, Hyacinth, Hyssop, Irish Moss, Ivy, Juniper, Kava Kava, Lady's Slipper, Larch, Larkspur, Lavender, Leek, Lettuce, Lilac, Lily, Lime, Linden, Liquidamber, Loosestrife, Lotus, Lucky Hand, Mallow, Mandrake , Marigold, Masterwort, Meadow Rue, Mimosa, Mint, Mistletoe, Mugwort, Mulberry, Mullien, Mustard, Myrrh, Nettle, Oak, Olive, Onion, Orris, Papaya, Papyrus, Parsley, Pennyroyal, Peony, Pepper, Pepper Tree, Periwinkle, Pilot Weed, Pimpernel, Pine, Plantain, Plum, Primrose, Purslane, Quince, Radish, Ragwort, Raspberry, Rattlesnake Root, Rhubarb, Rice, Rose, Rosemary, Rowan, Sage, St. John's Wort, Sandalwood, Southernwood, Spanish Moss, Squill , Sweet Woodruff, Tamarisk, Thistle, Ti, Toadflax, Tomato, Tormentil, Tulip, Turnip, Valerian, Venus Flytrap, Vervain, Violet, Wax Plant, Willow, Wintergreen, Witch Hazel, Wolf's Bane , Wormwood, Yerba Santa, Yucca

Psychic Powers: Acacia, Althea, Bay, Bistort, Bladderwrack, Borage, Buchu, Celery, Cinnamon, Citron, Elecampane, Eyebright, Flax, Galangal, Grass, Honeysuckle, Lemongrass, Mace, Marigold, Mastic, Mugwort, Peppermint, Rose, Rowan, Saffron, Star Anise, Stillengia, Sumbul, Thyme, Uva Ursi, Wormwood, Yarrow, Yerba Santa
Purification Alkanet, Anise, Asafotida, Avens, Bay, Benzoin, Betony, Bloodroot, Broom , Cedar, Chamomile, Coconut, Copal, Euphorbia , Fennel, Gum Arabic, Horseradish, Hyssop, Iris , Lavender, Lemon, Lemon Verbena, Mimosa, Parsley, Peppermint, Pepper Tree, Rosemary, Sagebrush, Shallot, Holy Thistle, Thyme, Tobacco, Tumeric, Valerian, Vervain, Yucca

Safe Travel: Comfrey, Daffodil, Eryngo, Feverfew, Garlic, Heather, Irish Moss, Juniper, Mountain Mahogany, Mint, Mistletoe, Mugwort, Mullein, Oak, Pennyroyal, Quince Seeds, Rowan, Rue, Sweet Woodruff, Ti, Wormwood

Sex: Avocado, Caper, Caraway, Carrot, Cattail, Celery, Cinnamon, Daisy, Damiana, Deerstongue, Dill, Dulse, Endive, Eryngo , Galangal, Garlic, Ginseng, Grains of Paradise, Hibiscus, Lemongrass, Licorice, Maguey, Mint, Nettle, Olive, Onion, Parsley, Patchouli, Radish, Rosemary, Saffron, Sesame, Black Snakeroot, Southernwood, Vanilla, Violet, Witch Grass, Yerba Mate, Yohimbe

Sleep: Agrimony, Chamomile, Cinquefoil, Datura , Elder, Hops, Lavender, Lettuce, Linden, Passion Fruit, Peppermint, Purslane, Rosemary, Thyme, Valerian, Vervain

Spirituality: African Violet, Wood Aloes, Cinnamon, Frankincense, Gardenia, Gum Arabic, Myrrh, Sandalwood

Strength: Bay, Carnation, Masterwort, Mugwort, Mulberry, Pennyroyal, Plantain, Saffron, St. John's Wort, Sweet Pea, Tea, Thistle

Success: Ash, Balm, Cinnamon, Clover, Frankincense, Garlic, Ginger, High John the Conqueror, Mistletoe, Rowan, Vervain, Wahoo, Winters Bark

Wisdom: Bodhi, Clary Sage, Eyebright, Hazel, Iris , Peach, Sage, Sunflower

A Chant to Hecate

Found this little chant, kinda like it. Hope you do.

Hecate, O Dark One

Hecate, O Dark One
Hecate, O Crone
Hecate, O Wise One,
Hecate Alone.